This week Year 1 have enjoyed finding materials to fix Mrs Sanders umbrella. The children took part in an experiment to find out which materials were waterproof, and which were not. In Maths the children have been working systematically to find number bonds to 10. This half term Year 1 have started their new topic of gymnastics in PE. The children have done a great job at travelling in different ways and practising their balancing skills.
Reception children have enjoyed their wow start to their new topic with a celebration of Halloween. The children have enjoyed exploring the textures within different pumpkins and think about the life-cycle of a pumpkin. In Maths the children have learnt all about the number 1. In SCARF the children have been thinking about their own bedroom routine and why it is important to get a good nights sleep.
This week Year 2 completed the art work to go with their new text 'The Mousehole Cat'. What a coincidence that later in the week they had a visit from a real life storm cat! They also learnt to add and subtract to the nearest ten. In writing they have been using adjectives to describe characters. PE sent them jumping off benches, landing safely and learning new rolls.
Miss K Bullock
Head of School
Elijah and Skyla
Logan and Morwenna
Lacey-Mai and Bella
Imogen and Ethan
Logan and Charlotte
We are so proud of the children who have reached the sunshine for exceptional kindness, behaviour or friendliness to others. You are an exceptional role model.
My Personal Best
Our focus value for the next 4 weeks is 'Imagination.' The children will be learning this value in all lessons. If you have any examples from home of your child showing courage we would love for you to share this with us on Tapestry.
For using his imagination in science to act out how the umbrella was broken in stormy weather.
For super use of imagination when creating a fish for our display.
For using her imagination when travelling along the bench. She slithered like a snake.